Gorgeous Luxury Beach Camping Tent for a Getaway in Antigua and BarbudaBolands, Saint Mary (Antigua and Barbuda)
Gorgeous Luxury Beach Camping Tent for a Getaway in Antigua and Barbuda
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This luxury beach camping tent is located on the beach in Antigua and Barbuda. This tent can accommodate two to four glampers inside. Upon entering the cozy and coastal tent, guests will be greeted with one full-size air mattress and the option of setting up four additional single beds depending on the number of guests. Guests can unzip the two windows to let in the cool ocean breeze anytime they would like. The hosts have an arrangement where guests can use the toilets and outdoor showering facilities of the nearby restaurant for their convenience. Fresh bed linens, soap, and soft towels are provided for guests.
Outside, the sandy shores of the beach become guests' backyard anytime they want. Glampers can fall asleep to the sound of crashing waves at this unforgettable glamping site.
These tents perform superbly well in tropical climates. The sleek and aesthetically pleasing Lotus design maximizes usable head-height space across the whole footprint of the tent. The tents are 13x13ft and 16x16ft in size and all big enough for guests to stand and walk around in. With two doors and two windows all with zipped in nets, visitors can let the cool breezes in and keep any mosquitos out!
All the tents have comfy double beds and stylish furniture. On guests' arrival, they will be welcomed with a bottle of chilled white wine, a cheese and salami platter, and a cool box with ice and water.
The beach camp showers are exclusively for guests of this getaway. Guest also share the toilet and washroom facilities at the Nest Beach Bar & Restaurant.
- Linens and pillows
- Mosquito net
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Check-in: From 02:00 PM early check-in allowed additional charge
Check out: 11:00 AM late check-out allowed additional charge
- Events allowed
Some spaces are shared
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Location and surroundings
Bolands, Saint Mary (Antigua and Barbuda)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Water sports
- Scuba diving
- Zip-lining on-site
- Wildlife watching
Though guests will be located right on the beach, Antigua boasts 365 beaches and most remain totally unspoiled. From Valley church, guests can spend the day beach hopping along the coastline taking in the sights and enjoying the local beach culture.
As well as stunning beaches, Antigua has an array of different restaurants and bars to visit as well as a thriving nightlife. A stroll along the beach will take guests to Sheer Rocks and Dennis’s cocktail bar and restaurant, both are beautiful spots to watch the sunset over a few drinks before enjoying an evening meal. Tannins tapas and wine bar is located just out of the main gate to Valley Beach and serves food and wines with live music at the weekend.
Jolly Harbour is a popular destination for relaxation and recreation. It boasts a boat marina, lively bars and restaurants, sports facilities including a pool, a gym, and tennis courts, a commercial shopping center, an 18 hole golf course, and the beautiful Jolly harbor beach. All of this is located a 5-minute drive or a 20-minute walk from the getaway.
The turtle watching season in Antigua is March to September. At this time of the year, great, majestic turtles mount the sea shores at night to lay their eggs on the beaches. During the season, the hosts offer all their guests the opportunity to be joined by a friendly local conservation expert who will take them to the perfect spots to witness the turtles coming to nest and help guests make the most of this amazing experience.
The hosts also offer the opportunity to swim with turtles in warm and crystal clear waters. Guests can choose a snorkel tour and help the local guide to spot and ID the endangered turtles as they feed in seagrass meadows. The wild turtles return time and time again and are comfortable with the presence of the guide. This is a great chance to experience a beautifully serene moment with a protected species.
During guests' stay, they can hike to the islands highest peak to hidden beaches or through the protected rainforests. Glampers can see the island and all the natural beauty it has to offer, and for those that aren’t hikers but are keen to get out there, they can soak up the local sights, sounds, and culture on a village walk with the host's friendly guides.